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good. they're monsters. they can beat a lot of nfl teams. >> take it easy. >> move it along. >> shut up. i get to gloat today. >> bill: igor volsky from think progress will join us as he does every tuesday. reid epstein from politico and then we'll talk sports with jack moore, the sports editor for "buzzfeed." but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this tuesday, a check of other headlines making news. a new we the people petition on the white house web site gaining buzz for a new reality show to be produced that would star the vice president. the petition states that joe biden has a demonstrated ability to bring people together whether at the negotiating table or at the neighborhood diner. the authors are asking the white house to authorize c-span cameras to follow biden around produce a recurring reality show. the petition needs 25,000 signatures by february 3rd to get a response. >> bill: i love. it i'll sign it. i love it. what would it be called? the joe biden story? >> bill: all you have to do is follow joe biden around. >> here comes honey biden. >> the late preside
, and you know it's been the year of the smart phone, and as we are glued of course to nfl on fox for the playoffs, wouldn't it be nice to watch the game on the phone while waiting in line to pick up the food? we are with the man who will make it happen live at las vegas in the consumer electronics, show, liz? >> no football game looks good on any phone if it was all smudged up. i want to show you these. these are to gears. ceo of verizon, how many of you have nasty screens? okay, what is on here? fungus? it's growing on the verizon's ceo screen here. take this little thing, and this front part is the part that cleans the phone, okay? it cleans it, the backside polishes it. okay, now it's all better now. >> all right, thank you. >> all better. ceo of verizon gets special treatment. the keynote announcement, this afternoon -- >> right. >> is going to be the -- i'll watch any nfl game on my phone which is quite impressive. tell us about the deal, and, in fact, it's so important that roger is coming in for it. >> we're pleased roger joins us in the middle of the playoffs. we develope
of a quarterback steals the spotlight and gets attention around the nfl. >> another live look at traffic. this is from our camera on interstate 806789 it's heavy. it's also moving slowly coming back in the other direction. more still to come on abc 7 news at 4:00 in just a moment. >>> a 46-year-old mom out of work two years got the big break she was looking for. one child in college and a neeng high school she knew she had to do something to get back on her feet. she launched a catering service providing food for crews it could be a tough chore to celebrities. watching their bigs. >> got to have grace. got to have care. have bananas, apples, then, slim jim, fruit roll ups and gummy bears. >> the work includes long hours and can be unpredictable providing food for small shoots. the big blockbuster production that's last a month. >> grapes to gummy bear autos other news, jimmy kimmel gets ready for tonight. >> rachel smith has details for us. >> the hollywood award season is alive and well this, weekend it's the golden globe awards, today werk learned nominees for director's guild of ameri
about sports and sports injuries. in the nfl especially. remember junior seau last year who took his own life. he shot himself in the chest because he wanted his brain to be studied. the doctors looked at his brain and told the family and they report this morning that his brain did test positive for chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte repeated blows to the head and head injuries that can lead to dementia, memory loss. it is a problem that's plagued a lot of former nfl players. this is the issue that the nfl has to address when we talk about helmet to helmet blows and the sort of violent nature of the nfl. >> bill: so much evidence of this. i think dave zirin told us there are 9,000 lawsuits. phenomenal number. >> peter: one big lawsuit with several former players injuries lead -- brain injuries are leading to major problems. which leads us to this story. virginia commonwealth university did a study and looked at how we, as a nation, are doing in the health department. >> bill: this is stunning. >> peter: turns out we're not doing so great. americans die sooner and experience higher r
news/espn exclusive investigation into the death of nfl great junior seau. doctors revealing their findings for the first time. and it could affect players from the big leagues to pop warner. abc's jim avila is here with the story. jim, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a giant in the game, junior seau is now perhaps the biggest name in football, linked to brain damage for taking too many hits to the head. abc news and espn learned exclusively that, before his suicide, seau suffered damage to his very brain cells. >> junior seau! >> reporter: junior seau, an icon in the 1990s, whose passionate hits made him a dominant figure in the nfl. but, after his sudden suicide in 2012, many questioned whether the effect of those hits on the 43-year-old's brain, could have played a role. >> the head-to-head contact, the collisions, they're out of control. >> reporter: now, seau's family says it has an answer to that question from the national institutes of health. abc news and espn have learned exclusively, seau's brain showed visible signs of cte, chronic traumatic encephalopathy
into the future. also, coming up, tim tebow. when this guy, the heisman trophy winner in the nfl quarterback, everyone drops to their knees and does that tebow thing. we will speak to him about how money endorsement request he gets a year. yes, do not worry, i will ask him where his next team maybe if he leaves the jets. a lot of people said he would. i heart competition. we will be asking about bona fide, groupon, there is so many groups out there. incredible competition. let's take a look at this rally that we have. not bad at all. take a look at the dow jones industrials. the height of the session has been at 80%. the s&p 500 has pulled back. highs the session of about seven points. pulling back just a little bit in the last hour. boeing, it is moving higher by about 3%. this after it fell yesterday after concerns of an incident with a 787. boeing today moving up. and executive coming out with some comments saying that these problems are typical. it is really no big deal. we reassure you everything is under control. hewlett-packard is moving. that stock has surprised a lot of people over
during college football games, during nfl playoff games, on news networks, even including this one. it is a two-week tv campaign for the insurance giant to not only show gratitude but maybe rebuild their image a bit, after one of the biggest and most wildly unpopular bailouts of all time. so how is it going so far? well, half way into the public relations endeavor, indebted for us all for saving them from financial ruin, well, this is how it is going. thank you, america, now we may sue you to try to squeeze some more cash out of you. the board of aig looking into a lawsuit on behalf of shareholders. the lawsuit contends the taxpayers' rescue of the company cheated shareholders and violated their rights. in a statement today, aig said the board will make a decision in the next several weeks. the white house has declined to comment on the issue saying the lawsuit is still pending. but we do have this. we do have a comment from the person president obama tasked with inventing an entirely new government agency to protect us all from predators and negligent companies in the financial se
the nfl and the weekend you might be wondering some of these names. i don't know. >> it's america. name whenever you want. >> that is the freedom. and that was approved. >> it was approved. >> no lawsuit behind that one. melissa: all right. well, ever been in error -- really hairy brakup situation? and new zealand all decided to make the best of her break up and cash in on her boyfriend secrets. she put his secret fishing spot up for sale on the internet. she actually got 90,000 hits and made a 3,000 box. you go. i love this. >> hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. i want to know the purpose of the breup because it had to be pretty bad break up. he, of course, every man is a fault. no, i'm kidding. >> women are always right. always right. >> i want to know what he did to deserve this. he must have done something. melissa: seabrook up with her. that's enough. >> when was supposed to be going and whether he was going fishing. that's what happened. you see that. the payback is among give away all of your little secrets. an enterprising woman indeed. melissa: golf clubs. this is giving
your favorite nfl players. take the pledge. go to unitedway.org. geo♪ . melissa: prepare for an advertising blitz this year's super bowl. companies are shelling out top dollar for a chance to run an ad during the big game. the price of a 30 second commercial hit a record high of $4 million. that is whopping $133,000 a second. we love math here. but not all of the ads come out winners. here is one last year that ranks up there as one of the worst. ♪ . >> that's my confidence. it has been coming out of me ever since i went on cars.com. i compared gas mileage using their side by side comparison tool. this one would be great. ♪ . >> i'll get the key. melissa: what were they thinking? how do you avoid a multimillion-dollar mishap like that one? we have ricker is rohn, branding expert and new york yankees public relations manager. am i alone? i thought that was really painful. >> you're not alone because the ad index, "usa today"'s super bowl commercial index rated that very low, but the funny thing about super bowl commercials, one year later you just showed it again. they
blows to the head. seau joins a long list of other nfl super men whose brains were so badly injured that their lives were cut short. shane, who committed suicide three years ago at the age of 38, was suffering from cte. john grimsley, who died from an accidental gunshot wound at the age of 45 had cte. terry long, who died as a result of drinking copious amounts of antifreeze and was suffering from cte, and the legendary mike webster, whose final days were spent urinating into his own oven suffering from amnesia, dementia, and depression. he, too, had cte. interestingly, given the obsession with rg3's latest injury, there was much less attention when he went down with concussion earlier in the season. and while his ligaments have now been surgically reconstructed, it's not his knee we should be worried about. it's his head. thanks so much for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> hi nogh noon on gun control. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. tonight let me start with this. new school shooting in the town of taft, california,
. but as any die-hard fan knows, tickets are being resold on sites like nfl ticket exchange and stubhub. they may be more expensive. >> you think? >> but any tickets returned to the 49ers before the game will be sold through ticketmaster only. so -- >> or you can buy a big-screen tv and stay at home. >> it's always fun to be at the game. >>> college football undefeated notre dame came into the bcs title game a 10-point underdog against alabama. not a fun game to watch. it was a blowout. the irish never showed up. aj mccarren and his girlfriend. 14-0. pass to lacy 28-0 alabama at the half. final score was crimson tide 42, fighting irish 14 as alabama's third title in four years. >>> in the world of golf, pga tour of champions in hawaii. steve stricker made the most of his third shot, par 5, third shot, it's an eagle. and check this out .... a kenyan runner competing in the kings race in brazil stricker's defending champ. he trails a leader dustin johnson by 3 shots. >>> check this out aiken john runner competing in the kings race in brazil is hum
in the life of a child. suit up like your favorite nfl players, and become a volunteer reader, tutor or mentor with united y. >>> there was a time that tattoos were tabu. something that motorcycle gangs or bad girls got. >> uh-huh. not anymore, though. even the clean cut young pop stars sport these things these days. so tattoo artists are more in demand than ever. where do they learn their trade? abc's alex perez finds out. >> reporter: over the last decades, tattoos have poked through and emerged from a following to being publicly accepted. approximately 36% of americans between 18 to 25 have been inked. 1 in 5 americans have at least one tattoo. tattoos today are so popular, the art is main stream, making some of the artists cult sisters. even the guy who teaches the art got his own 15 minutes of fame. >> this is how you learn. >> tlc's show "tattoo school." and star dr. bill, a 43-year tattoo vet rap, who started his own school called the world's only tattoo school, located in shreveport, louisiana. is it the only tattoo school? >> when we started it was the only one in the world. >> report
-year deal. cowboys defense ranked 19th in the nfl. >> do they pay them the third year? >> coach's contracts are usually guaranteed. >> continuing sports coverage. one of the most con 'stro versial sports ballots in sports history. one sports commentator wrote this. dan shaughnessy says the poison ballot remained on my desk, unopened until december 31st. i knew what was in there. hardball anthrax. nothing could be gained by opening it. you like my dramatic read? dan shaughnessy. author of the new book "francona: the red sox years." not a big fan of the big fan of them, what do all of them have in common, let me think for a moment, the whole steroid thing of course. it's problematic for you. what is at issue here, what is annoying you the most here? >> well, it's not a comfortable position to be put in, we're asked to vote, about 600 baseball writers or ex-baseball writers who do vote, it's a great honor and privilege but it's become very kind of difficult almost impossible to be consistent on this thing, we're asked to consider character, integrity, sportsmanship, you have this class of guys
? >> steve: nfl replacements. >> gretchen: they were not popular. remember some of those calls. >> steve: here is the good news, congress. there are things and people more unpopular than you. john edwards more unpopular than you, congress. kim kardashian more unpopular. >> gretchen: i don't believe that one. >> steve: telemarketers more unpopular. north korea, more unpopular than congress. >> brian: here is the thing, i'm going to go to bat for congress for a second because you can't win. if you are someone like mitch mcconnell and you say i'm here to get things done. i'm going to use the maximum power i have. i'm going to reach across the aisle and get something done, they're gog run somebody against you. how can dee that? let's get another candidate to primary him. if you don't do anything, you're there to get something done, why don't you get something done? i'm standing for something, but you got to get something done. what do you want them o do? sit there and say, i'm only going to believe one thing or do you want thome compromise and get the best deal they can get? i wish the presi
cockroaches, the kardashian family, and cuban dictator fidel castro. who ranks higher? donald trump, those nfl replacement refs, wow, and the nation of france. the survey was conducted just a few days ago. >> and they also rank lower than colonoscopies and gonorrhea. >> wow. gonorrhea is more favorable than congress. wow, wow, wow. >> how about that? >> i have nothing left to say. let's just continue. speaks for itself. safety first. >>> well, president obama's upcoming inaugural ceremony will feature some of america's most popular musical performers. how about beyonce, kelly clarkson, and james taylor? they'll be front and center when the president and vice president are sworn in january 21st. >>> disgraced cyclist legend lance armstrong is ready to face questions about doping allegations head on. armstrong is giving an exclusive tell-all interview to oprah winfrey. his first since being stripped of all seven of his tour de france titles. the interview, which will air next week on winfrey's own network comes amid reports that armstrong has been considering admitting the use of performance enh
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a top search on googlend she even had de offers from an nfl player who tweeted her his phone number, but accidentally sent it tall of twitter, too. her qb bfriend mccarron saw and responded #betterkeepdreaming. tuesday, donald trump offered her spot on the judging panel at this year'siss usa. matt? >> t oers will keep coming, no doubt. let's say good morning to good to see you. how are you? good morning, matt. i'm fine. how are you? >> you confid in me you hadn't slept in about 48 hours, getting down there f thehampionship me, watching the game, celebring acid and then this kind of explosion of tension around you. have you gotn a ltle rest no >> yes, got at least four hours las nigh we spent abo mbe 10 or 11 urs traveling back from miami back homeo abama. so i got a little bit of sleep, so -- >> kathine, were u aware at all as you were sitting in the stands there, watching the t roll t their second consetive national title what was being said aboutyou? was anye texting you? did you get any e-mls during the me? >> no. my phone actually die before i entered io the stadium. and so i w
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